B11 Roots and Fruits of Folklore
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Soma SZABÓ (HU)Svetlana Krstić (SI)

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DRESS CODE for atelier final cocnert: white\beige with green, yellow or red details.



Music scores are available for ordering/downloading at the following page on the website of Editio Music Budapest:


  • Što mi je milo (traditional Macedonian song)
  • Josip Slavenski: Jesenske noći
  • Konstantin Babić (1927-2009): Second madrigal – Love Spells
  • Vojislav Simić (1924-): Pošla Moma na voda
  • Dragan Šuplevski (1933-2000): Rum Dum Dum
  • Gustavo Trujillo: Endecha (commissioned piece)
  • Kodály Zoltán: Túrót eszik a cigány
  • Gyöngyösi Levente: Áldalak búval
  • Elena Camoletto: Complainte (commissioned piece)


Listen to: Szabó Soma: Amott legel





"The most beautiful love stories told on a universal language of music. If you like southern temperament and irregular rhythms, you are at the right place!"

/Svetlana Krstić/

"Like the roots nourish the fruit of the tree, that’s how our future is based on our traditions. Let’s explore our music roots together, and it’s newest harvests. Starting from Bartók and Kodály, let's see what makes for example Levente Gyöngyösi’s newest composisions unmistakably Hungarian."

/Soma Szabó/

Atelier conductor:
Soma SZABÓ Short bio
Svetlana Krstić Short bio
Length: 7 days
Start date of atelier: Saturday 25 July
final performance: Friday 31 July
Category: mixed
Age: open